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monkey8113
post May 17 2019, 06:36 AM

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Hi, is there anywhere is can find sub mesh for S350db? Im looking for a speaker to replace my old pc speaker, was considering Klipsch promedia 2.1 or some 2.0+subwoofer setup. But then i realize there is S350DB which is basically bookshelves speaker quality + subwoofer. But! im really concern about those subwoofer without a metal mesh infront of it protecting it...

is anyone selling some custom mesh for it? or anywhere can find one?

Or is there a better choice around this price point
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post May 17 2019, 09:47 AM

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QUOTE(huislaw @ May 16 2019, 07:06 PM)
The high end one will support aptx ma?
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post May 17 2019, 09:50 AM

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QUOTE(monkey8113 @ May 17 2019, 06:36 AM)
Hi, is there anywhere is can find sub mesh for S350db? Im looking for a speaker to replace my old pc speaker, was considering Klipsch promedia 2.1 or some 2.0+subwoofer setup. But then i realize there is S350DB which is basically bookshelves speaker quality + subwoofer. But! im really concern about those subwoofer without a metal mesh infront of it protecting it...
Get the Edifier S530D then
https://www.edifier.com/my/en/speakers/s530d-2.1-subwoofer

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monkey8113
post May 17 2019, 10:21 AM

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QUOTE(sHawTY @ May 17 2019, 09:50 AM)
From what i see, wouldn't s350db be the better sounding one? More balance and fuller sound?
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post May 17 2019, 09:43 PM

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QUOTE(monkey8113 @ May 17 2019, 11:21 AM)
From what i see, wouldn't s350db be the better sounding one? More balance and fuller sound?
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I own the S530D and did a review on both S350DB and S360DB

I'd say both S350DB and S360DB are both very modern sounds and has frequency response much deeper sounding and cleaner sharper highs.
And thanks to modern tech both are way more useful than my classic S530D

But overall I find the S530D more warm and tame sounding compared to the other 2. With the warm characteristics I felt it is more full sounding as a unit than the other 2 where you can clearly hear the separation of subs and fullrange.

I own the S530D way way longer than the 2 new ones and got accustomed to the sound it makes. So I might somewhat favor my personal unit vs a review sample.

As to which you choose depends on your ears and needs. I'd go with recommending everyone S350DB due to versatility and easier to please many people. S530D is a good sounding speaker but they are... just speakers only flex.gif


Get yourself a car speaker grill from car accesories shop. Those require drilling but I'd suggest just using sticky blue tack will hold the frame.
Lazada selling meshes for about RM12+ but they definitely killed the beauty of S350DB naked cone

Prettier grills require more cash+DIY and I believe one can always laser cut some wooden framed mesh to fit your speaker. Use magnets to stick on the screws if needed

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post May 18 2019, 01:56 AM

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QUOTE(power911 @ May 17 2019, 09:43 PM)
I own the S530D and did a review on both S350DB and S360DB

I'd say both S350DB and S360DB are both very modern sounds and has frequency response much deeper sounding and cleaner sharper highs.
And thanks to modern tech both are way more useful than my classic S530D

But overall I find the S530D more warm and tame sounding compared to the other 2. With the warm characteristics I felt it is more full sounding as a unit than the other 2 where you can clearly hear the separation of subs and fullrange.

I own the S530D way way longer than the 2 new ones and got accustomed to the sound it makes. So I might somewhat favor my personal unit vs a review sample.

As to which you choose depends on your ears and needs. I'd go with recommending everyone S350DB due to versatility and easier to please many people. S530D is a good sounding speaker but they are... just speakers only flex.gif
Get yourself a car speaker grill from car accesories shop. Those require drilling but I'd suggest just using sticky blue tack will hold the frame.
Lazada selling meshes for about RM12+ but they definitely killed the beauty of S350DB naked cone

Prettier grills require more cash+DIY and I believe one can always laser cut some wooden framed mesh to fit your speaker. Use magnets to stick on the screws if needed
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Oh wow, i didnt know they sell that, I'll assume i need a 8"grill for the subwoofer then?
Naked cone is sexy but im just worried that the kids or my leg would have some accident with it mega_shok.gif



but wow i listen to bose before it didnt sound that bad, but if in this video it has that much different the S350DB must be even better in real life
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post May 20 2019, 11:07 PM

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QUOTE(monkey8113 @ May 18 2019, 02:56 AM)
Oh wow, i didnt know they sell that, I'll assume i need a 8"grill for the subwoofer then?
Naked cone is sexy but im just worried that the kids or my leg would have some accident with it mega_shok.gif



but wow i listen to bose before it didnt sound that bad, but if in this video it has that much different the S350DB must be even better in real life
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yup. An 8" grill.
It should be a tight fit or too small as I remember Edifier 8" drivers are generally slightly bigger than average 8"
My S530D is using a 9" grill


Bose Companion 5 always sounds like thin crisps to me every single time I tried in Machines. The Companion 3 is more acceptable in harsh brightness.

And yes the S350DB is very warm n full if compared side by side
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post May 21 2019, 11:18 PM

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Hi I want to ask if any edifier s530d owner encounter this problem before:
When turn on from the sub-woofer unit
1. The setting does not retain
2. Very Large noise like static noise but very loud but sometime quite not as loud only happen when wired controller in connected. When disconnect no sound.
If proceed with play music from the speaker, sometimes the loud noise will gone and can sound like normal.

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post May 24 2019, 11:02 AM

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Anyone know where I can find R1850DB?
Seems sold out at most of the big stores.
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post May 25 2019, 11:36 PM

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between the W820BT and W828NB, is the extra RM200 for ANC worth it? I am just a regular user at home only.
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post May 26 2019, 08:09 PM

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QUOTE(chunnyen17 @ May 25 2019, 11:36 PM)
between the W820BT and W828NB, is the extra RM200 for ANC worth it? I am just a regular user at home only.
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Hi, do you need active noise cancelling function?

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post May 27 2019, 12:35 AM

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QUOTE(insomia @ May 22 2019, 12:18 AM)
Hi I want to ask if any edifier s530d owner encounter this problem before:
When turn on from the sub-woofer unit
1. The setting does not retain
2. Very Large noise like static noise but very loud but sometime quite not as loud only happen when wired controller in connected. When disconnect no sound.
    If proceed with play music from the speaker, sometimes the loud noise will gone and can sound like normal.
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1. maybe try muting the speaker with the remote to save your settings?

2. check if your connector has bent pins or isn't screwed tightly. High chances your wired remote cable is faulty and needed replacements. (and possibly the reason for not able to save settings)
My s530d didn't have such problems like yours but I need to clean up mine once because the dust keep disconnecting my wired remote.

Are you using RCA cable as your audio connection? As I suspect that is your first problem in intermittent sound.
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post May 28 2019, 01:13 AM

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the W820BT and W830BT, is there a delay/lag on the W820BT when watching youtube, netflix, fmovies streaming thru laptop or on my ipad?

Is there audio mis-sync?
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QUOTE(lanusb @ May 28 2019, 01:13 AM)
the W820BT and W830BT, is there a delay/lag on the W820BT when watching youtube, netflix, fmovies streaming thru laptop or on my ipad?

Is there audio mis-sync?
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If you facing delay you can pause the movie, let it buffering for short while and continue again.


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post May 28 2019, 12:00 PM

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does the wired cable for W828NB, has microphone? if not, can we use a microphone cable type so can have cleaner audio when making calls?
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post May 28 2019, 08:22 PM

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i need some help here, while i was cleaning my workplace, i found that there are some tiny things inside my HCS 2330 subwoofer, how do i open up the subwoofer and clean the inside?

i suspect is cockroach or some insect shitting inside, can i block the vent hole? i'm planning to put some foam inside too

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post May 28 2019, 08:56 PM

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QUOTE(amduser @ May 28 2019, 09:22 PM)
i need some help here, while i was cleaning my workplace, i found that there are some tiny things inside my HCS 2330 subwoofer, how do i open up the subwoofer and clean the inside?

i suspect is cockroach or some insect shitting inside, can i block the vent hole? i'm planning to put some foam inside too

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Its a bit tricky to open the sub but the front sub grille can be removed.
Get a hook or some strong ballpoint pen to pry the black metal frame out. Then proceed with philips screwdriver

Some users find it easier to pry the silver frame instead but usually they dent the wood.

If you are planning for a deep clean I'd suggest replacing the white poly fill with some brand new aquarium filter stuffings. Foam may be good but they're pricier than aquarium filter and the filter does better at diffusing air than foam bouncing. Though if you have spare acoustic foam just toss it in.
And if you wanna cover the port, a cloth from pantyhose stocking stretched and clamped with zip ties would work fine.

Hope it helps thumbsup.gif

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QUOTE(power911 @ May 28 2019, 08:56 PM)
Its a bit tricky to open the sub but the front sub grille can be removed.
Get a hook or some strong ballpoint pen to pry the black metal frame out. Then proceed with philips screwdriver

Some users find it easier to pry the silver frame instead but usually they dent the wood.

If you are planning for a deep clean I'd suggest replacing the white poly fill with some brand new aquarium filter stuffings. Foam may be good but they're pricier than aquarium filter and  the filter does better at diffusing air than foam bouncing. Though if you have spare acoustic foam just toss it in.
And if you wanna cover the port, a cloth from pantyhose stocking stretched and clamped with zip ties would work fine.

Hope it helps thumbsup.gif
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isn't it better to use heavy rubber or foam since they can absorb vibration better? hmm.gif

not really pro in this thing
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post May 28 2019, 10:02 PM

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QUOTE(amduser @ May 28 2019, 10:22 PM)
isn't it better to use heavy rubber or foam since they can absorb vibration better? hmm.gif

not really pro in this thing
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True as rubber will prevent the walls from rattling. But the HCS2330 won't benefit much from the enclosure rattle dampening as its walls are quite solidly built iirc.
Rubber will remove resonating wall if the box is flexing. Foam will prevent internal reflection if it is causing weird standing waves that cancel its own sounds. Stuffing will do similar to foam but it diffuses the air/sound inside so it's technically blurring the mess inside.

More noticeable difference is to dampen the air in the sub enclosure with aquarium or pillow stuffings (or keep it close to stock amount if you prefer the way it sounds)

Giving friction to the air flow of the driver to the air port with stuffings will make it assume it is a larger box hence tuning the sub deeper. People like doing that because it is a very cheap, no risk mod that is reversible.
But play with balance as some well designed box will sound bad if placed too much or little while some bad designed box may benefit from overstuffing. rclxub.gif thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(power911 @ May 28 2019, 10:02 PM)
True as rubber will prevent the walls from rattling. But the HCS2330 won't benefit much from the enclosure rattle dampening as its walls are quite solidly built iirc.
Rubber will remove resonating wall if the box is flexing. Foam will prevent internal reflection if it is causing weird standing waves that cancel its own sounds. Stuffing will do similar to foam but it diffuses the air/sound inside so it's technically blurring the mess inside.

More noticeable difference is to dampen the air in the sub enclosure with aquarium or pillow stuffings  (or keep it close to stock amount if you prefer the way it sounds)

Giving friction to the air flow of the driver to the air port with stuffings will make it assume it is a larger box hence tuning the sub deeper. People like doing that because it is a very cheap, no risk mod that is reversible.
But play with balance as some well designed box will sound bad if placed too much or little while some bad designed box may benefit from overstuffing. rclxub.gif  thumbup.gif
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i see, then maybe 1 pack of aquarium filter should be enough, i just want to clean the internal and block off the port with some fine mesh or mosquito net to prevent those bass head creature shitting or laying eggs inside the sub shakehead.gif

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